Where you come from does not really matter when it comes to aging because men and women all have the same goal—to feel and look younger, longer. And the best part of it all is that people from different countries have their anti-aging secrets to share with everyone, and some of them we’ve gathered below. Come and let’s take a tour.
French women aren’t only known for smart dressing, but also for their beautiful hair and skin. Starting at 10, young girls are trained to take care of their skin by applying sunscreen, cleansing, moisturizing and toning. And as part of their beauty regimen, the French have at least one facial and a haircut every month.
Because people in the country are exposed to a huge supply of fresh herbs, fish, tomatoes and olive oil, Italians are some of the loveliest people on earth. Most of them possess healthy, radiant skin, and it’s no accident. Like the French, they are also trained to take care of their skin at an early age, but thanks to a very healthy diet, too. If you want to be like Italians in terms of feeling and looking younger for a longer time without the use of chemical remedies and surgeries, go for a healthy diet composed of foods mentioned here.
Women in this country are known for their gorgeous, youthful skin, mainly because of their exotic beauty remedies. They don’t only eat fruits, beans, rice and seaweeds but they also use these when making a natural skin product to apply on their faces. They also use camellia nut oil topically to reduce scars and stretch marks and to condition hair.
Known for their natural healing and anti-aging methods and practices, the Chinese have been using herbal techniques in order to look younger, longer, and one of those secrets they do have is applying white and green tea facial mask. This practice does not only supply your skin with antioxidants, but it also keeps skin healthy. If you want to improve skin elasticity, fairness and health, apply tea paste on it every day as a part of your beauty rituals.
A suggestion: Combine powdered green tea with brewed white tea to make a beauty mask or paste before applying on your face to fight skin aging signs, including fine lines and wrinkles. You can also boost your skin’s supply of antioxidants that fight free radicals with this herbal anti-aging solution.
One of the unavoidable effects of aging is hair loss that causes thin hair, which also becomes more prone to breakage as you age, but not a problem if you would try this anti-aging remedy from Poland, where people make use of a hair mask using egg yolk combined with a few drops of lemon juice and olive oil. You can mix them up, apply on hair and scalp, leave for 15 minutes and rinse thoroughly after. Because egg yolks contain vital hair nutrients and vitamins, they can help prevent hair breakage.
Pamper your skin with a sauna bath to feel and look younger, one of the Finnish secrets to fight aging, because it is able to soothe body aches and joints and accelerate sweating to flush out body toxins, along with harmful elements. Sweating due to sauna also deep cleans your skin and helps you lose weight. You can apply honey or salt on skin before a sauna for added exfoliation.
So the bottom line here is that skin care is a work in progress for decades and even for centuries. And without even saying, consistency and discipline is what you also need to achieve the anti-aging results you are looking for. Take it from the women in these countries, with their secrets to beautiful, young skin they did not get from a doctor’s clinic or a spa but from nature.
Try these anti-aging rituals and remedies from women around the world and wear that lovely-and-young-looking skin starting today!